Defendants cleared of Stealing over $200,000.00
On March 13, 2019, the Plaintiff voluntarily dismissed its case with prejudice against the Defendants, wherein they claimed the Defendants stole over $200,000.00 (Two Hundred Thousand Dollars).
The trial started on March 12, 2019 with two of the Plaintiffs witnesses taking the stand. After a thorough cross examination by Mario M. Blanch, Esq., which was called “the greatest I’ve ever seen” and done with “surgical precision” the Plaintiffs decided to voluntarily dismiss their case.
On cross examination the first Plaintiff took the Fifth Amendment when asked if the money he was claiming came from drug proceeds. The second witness on cross examination admitted that she may have committed tax fraud.
Rather than continue facing cross examination, the Plaintiffs called it quits in the middle of trial.